Greek pianist Elena Christodoulou has to her credit numerous piano recitals and chamber music concerts in important halls on four continents: Europe, North America, Asia, North Africa. Examples: Austria (Salzburg), USA (Boston, Salt Lake City), Italy (Rome), Egypt (Cairo/Alexandria Opera), U.A.E. (Dubai), Iran (Rudaki/Vahdat Hall), Greece (Athens and Thessaloniki Concert Halls). As a soloist she has collaborated with Greek and foreign orchestras i.e. Chamber of Vienna (conducted by M. Michaelidis), Orchestra of Colors (conducted by M. Logiadis), chamber string orchestra "Partenopea" (conducted by E. Volpe), chamber orchestra of the American College of Greece, Saxophone Orchestra Prefecture of Piraeus (artistic direction of Th. Kerkezos). She has also recorded for the Greek National Radio, as well as for Greek radio in Boston (America).
She has been invited by the Greek Composers Union to perform works by Greek composers, several of whom have dedicated their works to her (M.I. Alexiadis, T. Rossopoulos), in collaboration with the pianist Ch. Panteli. She has given a series of masterclasses and concerts in collaboration with Tehran Art University, and participated as a teacher at the International Summer Music Academy (Zeus Music Festival / Greece) which is under the auspices of Vladimir Spivakov and Vladimir Krainev International Charity Foundation. She has been invited as a soloist by many embassies (such as the Serbian embassy under the patronage of Princess Ekaterina of Yugoslavia) with the aim of promoting Greek and Western European music. She has been awarded by the Lions Club charity for her musical contribution.
She has taught educational seminars at the Department of Continuing Education (School of Continuing Education) of the American College of Greece (Deree College), entitled "World Music" and "The Psychology of Sound". Her students have won prizes in pan-Hellenic piano competitions (Unesco Group of Speech Arts and Sciences of Greece, Maria Hairiorgou-Sigara, H.O.N.), and they have received piano diplomas and degrees with excellent scores.

Elena Christodoulou received her Piano Diploma (excellent, 1st prize & gold medal) with teacher Dimitris Toufexis. She graduated from the American College of Greece (Deree), where she received a degree from the Department of Music Studies (B.A. in Music), with Highest Distinction. With successive scholarships from the Fulbright and Alexandros Onassis Foundations, she completed postgraduate studies (Master in Piano Performance / Boston Conservatory of Music) with professor Michael Lewin. She has studied with great pianists such as: Leon Fleisher, Jacob Lateiner (Mozarteum/Salzburg), Aquilles delle Vigne, Nicolae Petrof. She has won prizes in Panhellenic and international piano competitions (“Associazione Culturale Fryderick Chopin” Competition Rome, Boston Conservatory Concerto competition).

She is a piano professor at Philippos Nakas Conservatory.

Elena Christodoulou

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